Reservations made for 2017 banquet
Kris VanOosten Schubert
Peggy Parliament Arnold
Wendy Brown Starr
Emily Goheen Hawks
Jennifer Matthews Deck
Linda Black Marvel
Brenda Rosebrugh Klacking
Margo Roe Riley
Joy Meiser Mendis
Patty Schaefer Kazmierski
Margaret Partlo Moser
Chris Sutton Janisch
Martha Quick Isaacson
Patty Combs Jonsson
Loryette Marchinski Rahn
Susan Acker Safford
Kay Globke Wardynski
Chester Surline, Supt.
Hollis Miner, Principal
Harold Stafford, Class President
J.D."Doug"McMurphy, Class Advisor
Barbara Dewey, Class Advisor
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In memory of Chuck Hanes
our class bought a huge wind chime for the family for them to
use as they wish.
They are thinking about using it in a gazebo at "Chuck's House"
(like "Brian's House) that they have plans to build in West Branch.
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Larry Eugene Martin, age 67, passed
away unexpectedly on Monday, March 13, 2017 at Munson Medical Center in Traverse City, MI. He had lived in Lewiston, MI since
1992, previously from Virginia. Larry was born on November 24, 1949 in West Branch, MI to Burt and Nola (Ewing) Martin.
He married Sydney Leamon in Hale, MI on February 12, 1972. Larry served in Vietman and retired from the Navy. He was an
Eagle Scout and past master with the Masonic Lodge in West Branch. He enjoyed playing poker,… golfing, and fishing.
Larry is survived by his loving wife of 45 years, Sydney Martin
of Lewiston, MI; son, Larry Martin of Lewiston, MI; daughter, Holly (Gary Thornton) Martin of Tawas City, MI; 5 grandchildren,
3 great grandchildren; sister, Connie (Gary) Roettger of West Branch, MI; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins. He is preceded
in death by his parents and great granddaughter, Rayne Hadley.
Visitation at the Masonic Lodge in West Branch will
begin on Friday, March 17, 2017 with a 12:00 p.m. luncheon and visitation to continue until 2:30 p.m. There will be a Masonic
Service concluding the afternoon at 2:30 p.m. A 10:00 a.m. burial will take place at Brookside Cemetery with Veteran Honors.
lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the family.
Online condolences can be shared at www.steuernolmclaren.com
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Dianne Lynn Myerscough,
age 64, of Sugar Island, Michigan passed away Thursday afternoon, June 13, 2013 at War Memorial Hospital.
was born on March 21, 1949 to Donald and Marquita Ann (Diebold) Myerscough in West Branch, Michigan. She graduated from West
Branch High School She was a member of the Sugar Island Lioness Club.
is survived by her son: Derek Myerscough of Sault Ste. Marie, MI; her daughter: Cecilia (Scott) Trowhill of Sault Ste. Marie,
MI; her grandchildren: Karsten Myerscough, Devin Trowhill, and Brianna Bevan: and an aunt: Joyce Lester of Bay City, MI.
She was preceded in death by her parents; and her long-time
companion: Roy Krull.
A memorial service was held at 5:00 PM on Wednesday, June 19, 2013
at at Mackety Memorial Church of the Nazarene with Pastor Eloise Kremel officiating. Friends may gather at the church from
4:00 until 5:00 PM
the day of the service. Burial will be at Will Walk Cemetery at a later date.
Mary Eve Clemence
Susan Acker Safford
Jan Mathewson Bailey
Gale Thomas Rice
Carolann Dickenson Hatch
Charlene Ryan Davis
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Larry Eugene Martin
(June 13, 2013)
(August 16, 2011)
Charles "Chuck" Hanes
(February 5, 1968..Killed In Action Viet Nam)
Debbie Feirer Walstead
Linda Goff Mueller
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Debra A Hobohm of Central Lake and Harbor Springs died Tuesday Aug 16. Debra is survived by her
husband J. Matson Heininger, her parents Jean R. Hobohm, Gustav D. Hobohm, brothers Robert G. Hobohm, Dan W. Hobohm, and children
George H. and Harley D. Peet.
Debra lived life well on her terms with ease through good times and bad. From her perfect golf swing to her
beautiful accelerating ski turn, to her extraordinary cuisine, she made everything seem easy. A high intellect and grace with
people helped in many careers including managing the Saginaw health department, instructing at NCMC and teaching at the Harbor
Springs High School.
Those who knew her well are devastated, those who knew her less already sense that a light has passed.
Good-bye Sweet Beauty, Good-bye
Thomas A. Rosebrugh, age 62 of West Branch, passed away suddenly as a result of a forestry accident
Wednesday May 25, 2011. Tom was born to Charles and Mildred Rosebrugh, a lifelong Ogemaw County farming family. He was involved
in agriculture, forestry and racing for all of his life. Tom was a member of the Timbermen’s Association and was president
and owner/operator of TR Timber Company for 45 years. Tom began racing cars before he could legally drive himself to the track.
His successful racing career included championships in Michigan, Ohio and Florida. He raced at the American Legion Speedway
in West Branch, Whittemore, Standish, Merritt, Tri-City, Auto City Speedways, and many other race tracks. His hobbies outside
of farming, racing and forestry included spending time with his grandchildren, riding his Harley, trips in the motor home,
spending time in Florida and he had a great interest in flying. Tom will be remembered as a simple man that defined success
as using the fewest resources to receive the maximum productivity.
Tom is survived by his wife Debbie, children; Tony (Becky) Rosebrugh, Todd Rosebrugh (Stacey Kartes), Wendy
(Bill) Tuttle, Troy (Pam) Brindley, Eric “Sore Toe” Brindley, Jessica (Kevin) Zettle, grandchildren; Devon, Megan,
Britney, Kylie, Chase, Mr. Pete, Janelle, Kelby, Hayden, Britney, Mariah, Allison, Juliann, Breann, Landen“Tommy”,
and Lillyann. Also surviving is his sister, Judy (Bill) Bedtelyon, nieces and nephews, Kim (Mike) Mantijo, Bruce (Monica)
Bedtelyon, Richie (Loretta), Aaron and Ashley Rosebrugh, his mother-in-law Florine Antcliff, sister-in-law Shirley Rosebrugh,
his brothers-in-law Monty (Jeannie) Antcliff and Todd Antcliff. He was preceded in death by his brother Dick Rosebrugh and
his parents Charles and Mildred Rosebrugh and his special dog “Bandit”.
CHARLES HANES...CLASS OF '67
(May 23, 2008)
Charles A. Hanes 58 of West Branch, died Friday May 23, 2008 after a long illness.
Chuck was born on August 15, 1949,in Flint, to Arthur and Virginia (Wangler) Hanes. Chuck has lived in the
West Branch area since 1953. He graduated in 1971 from Ferris State University with a major in math. Chuck owned and operated
C. A. Hanes Builders and Reality and was a past board member for First Bank in West Branch. Everyone who knew Chuck knew how
much he loved to hunt and fish.
Survivors include his son Jonathan A. of the Lansing area and his daughter Stephanie N. of the Pontiac area.
Also surviving are his parents, Art (Class of 1943) and Virginia Wangler Hanes (Class of 1944) of West Branch, and sisters
Connie Trout (Walter) and Patty Dack (Richard) both of West Branch.